Classic Car Club is currently looking for someone to join the ranks as a CCC intern for the upcoming months.
By the late 60s Ferrari had a good run of curvaceous cars – but then in 1969 they unveiled the 512 S Berlinetta Speciale concept at the Turin Show and said hello to the wedge!
Sure, you can read loads of articles with lap times and stats on the Z06, watch plenty of videos with smokey drifts or demonstrations of exactly how much driver aids in the C7 Z06 can save you, but who’s going to tell you how to actually drive the thing and get the most out of your experience with it?
This morning, Classic Car Club Manhattan played host to a small media event, where the 2017 (or is it 2016?) Ford Focus RS was shown ahead of its 2015 NYIAS Auto Show debut.
Haul some stuff, haul some ass.
Automakers are spending millions testing different ways to get Millennials interested in cars. They're trying focus groups, cultural experts, experimental marketing events with hipster bands, organic hors d'oeuvres and craft brews. Never mind that the Millennials can't afford to buy the cars just yet, automakers…
The Porsche GT3 has long been regarded as a driver's car. While the results are always staggering, the recipe for GT3 pie is very simple – take a normal 911, ratchet up the cc's and revs, strip out the weight while exaggerating the width and wheelbase, give it cup-car stiff suspension, strap on a huge wing and use…
The newest bit of kit in the Classic Car Club is something different. It's the American-made, all-electric Tesla Model S. We've all heard the reviews, but after 500 miles of polar-bear friendly motoring, Classic Car Club can finally tell you what it's REALLY like.
"Hey, there's two Lamborghini's parked outside the lobby," said my dad as he drank his morning coffee, with 20+ years in the car sales business under his belt. You see, his passion for car culture lies within MSRP and resale values rather than horsepower and torque figures, so when he directs my attention to a car on…
If Classic Car Club had a genealogy chart, branches and blossoms would be found throughout England but somewhere near the trunk, there would be a solid root system that started in Harpswell, Maine.
[*British Accent* The 240z in its natural habitat. It's tenacious call draws prey into open areas for feeding, and there are no known natural predators. -Adam M.]
I have a dirty secret. Super cars aren't really my thing. I appreciate them and marvel at their outrageous power and digital brains, but I'm more of an analog guy myself. My theory on cars and motorcycles is if my talents can't push them to the absolute limit, then they're really not for me. That's what makes …
At CCC we're all about experiences. Whether it's a top-down-cruising in a classic Mustang kind of experience, or a hooning-the-bejesus out of a 600+hp RWD off-road machine kind of experience. Last week Local Motors brought a brand new Rally Fighter to Lime Rock Park in order for its proud new owners to experience…
This E39 M5 has been a part of the CCC fleet for almost a year now; it's thirteen years old and still drives better than the most current generation sedans. The E39 M5 is the chunky peanut-butter that goes so well with some E30 M3 jelly, in my perfect M-car
I was combing through some old GoPro footage the other day and came across this gem.
The new Corvette Stingray is a great car, which I did not expect to like as much as I do. So when GM showed up with this yellow 'n black flared 'n vented beast of a thing, I experience mild to strong excitement.
You might be saying to yourself, "Isn't that the convertible version? I don't like convertibles..." Of course you don't, you like nice rigid coupes, for rigidity. Nobody wants to own a convertible, but they can be damn fun on a nice day, which is exactly why CCC just added one to the fleet.
It's career day at Howitt Middle School in Farmingdale, NY!
Like you need a reminder... (psh) Anyone who says otherwise is just plain lying.